Shower Door of the Week: Phantom Unit in Waldorf, Maryland
The Phantom strikes again!
Me: Hey, Schuyler, what do you think of the Waldorf photo for Shower Door of the Week?
Schuyler: I don’t see it… nvm 🤦♂️ that bar is dang near invisible!
Noah: this may be the most phantom-y pic I’ve seen
Me: Did they even door??
With its extreme clarity and metallic silver tile, this shower unit is pure magic. So how did they achieve this gleaming sorcery?
This unit is a dual-sliding shower door with an innovative all-glass header system and clear acrylic stoppers. And these clients took minimalism to the next level by forgoing the standard towel bar. Instead, they opted for two chrome disc knobs that hardly show up against the silver tile.
We never push for upgrades you don’t want, but these clients wisely invested in sealed low-iron glass. What does that mean? Low iron glass is more optically clear than regular glass. It doesn’t have that slight green tinge from the iron content. We usually recommend it for light-colored tile, especially, but you can see here how it preserves the pure silver tones too. And sealant? It helps reduce residue that leaves spots and streaks on your glass. It also makes routine maintenance easier – almost as if you have a phantom maid…?
You know you want to…